We are offering immediate and long-term care and support for those affected by the mudslides in California.
Give an Hour™ announces that it is opening its network to provide immediate and long-term mental health and emotional support for those affected by the mudslides in California.
“We have 7,000 generous mental health professionals in our network who regularly volunteer their time to provide much-needed services to our veterans and military families. In response to the mudslides in California – and other recent tragedies and traumas – these compassionate professionals are responding to additional critical needs for care and support across our country,” said Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen, Founder and President of Give an Hour. “In response to the devastation caused by these mudslides, our organization and our providers will offer free care and support to those affected.”
“Some Give an Hour providers may join efforts happening on the ground, while others in our vast network will offer phone support to the thousands who need their compassion, expertise and assistance. We all have gifts to give to those who are hurting.”